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B.C. says local governments can regulate pot growth on agricultural land

B.C. says local governments can regulate pot growth on agricultural land

Photo Shutterstock Local and Indigenous governments in British Columbia will be permitted to prevent marijuana production in their communities on land that is part of the Agricultural Land Reserve, but with conditions.
Check out this musical interactive exhibit at the Vancouver Art Gallery

Check out this musical interactive exhibit at the Vancouver Art Gallery

B.C. artist Kevin Schmidt's exhibit We Are the Robots invites visitors to play their own vinyl records in a listening room at the Vancouver Art Gallery (VAG).
Performance art exhibit explores Japanese, Indigenous connections to land

Performance art exhibit explores Japanese, Indigenous connections to land

Tahltan Nation artist Peter Morin poses beside a mask carved by Haida artist Corey Bulpitt.
Driving ban overturned for attempted 911 call in North Vancouver

Driving ban overturned for attempted 911 call in North Vancouver

A North Vancouver RCMP officer prepares to issue a ticket during a distracted driving enforcement blitz in March 2018.
Video shows suspect in hit-and-run that left Burnaby Mountie with broken arm

Video shows suspect in hit-and-run that left Burnaby Mountie with broken arm

Burnaby RCMP are looking for this man in relation to a hit-and-run at the corner of Willingdon Avenue and Parker Street on July 4 that left a Mountie with a broken arm.
If you're a parent you should sign up for this $1,200 education grant

If you're a parent you should sign up for this $1,200 education grant

Photo Shutterstock Parents and guardians of eligible children are reminded that a deadline is fast approaching to sign up for the $1,200 B.C. Training and Education Savings Grant. Children born in 2006 or later are eligible for the grant.
Online video of B.C. bears being fed by children sparks investigation

Online video of B.C. bears being fed by children sparks investigation

British Columbia's Conservation Officer Service is investigating allegations a Vancouver-area family feed a mother black bear and her cub.
Ottawa spends $24K on rebranding 'Invest in Canada Hub' to 'Invest in Canada'

Ottawa spends $24K on rebranding 'Invest in Canada Hub' to 'Invest in Canada'

Minister of International Trade Francois-Philippe Champagne addresses a gathering at the Globe Forum in Vancouver, Wednesday, March 14, 2018.
Young scallywags who stole taxi driver's rum return it, with interest

Young scallywags who stole taxi driver's rum return it, with interest

Bowen Island’s only taxi owner, Mike Shannon, holds some of the bottles of rum — including the one that was stolen — that people gave him after reading of his travails on Facebook.
Man, 87, dies in jail after arrest; no one willing to help with bail

Man, 87, dies in jail after arrest; no one willing to help with bail

An 87-year-old Saanich man with no criminal history died in the Vancouver Island Regional Correctional Centre late Wednesday while the judge, Crown and defence worked on a plan to release him on bail.